Sunday, May 5, 2013

Voucher Bill/House of Cards Dependent On Flawed ISTEP Results

Forcing a narrowed curriculum down the throats of children, teachers compelled to ignore children's interests and passions in the development of learning experience all for this mess of epic proportions.

2013 Hancock County Art Show Is A Huge Advocacy Event

Visitors find the marble run blocks.

Sugar Creek Elementary art teacher Mr. Clark Fralick has a word with parents.

More marble run construction artists.

Young engineers and sculpture artists get a boost!

More action from the marble run center.

Learning to work with gravity is FUN!

Mom and Sister admire older brother's drawing.

Proud artist poses next to his drawing.

More marble run and block building action!
Painters pose in front of their art.

Marble run and block building center were busy both nights!

Action drawing artist stands by his work.

Hancock County Art Educators present four scholarships to Hancock County senior artists.

Mr. Fralicks 6th Graders WOWed the crowd with a straw tower direct from the workshop of Monsieur Eiffel.
The 27th Annual Hancock County Art Exhibition took place on May 2nd and 3rd last weekend. Mrs. Jaydene O'Donoghue and Mrs. Sherri Trainor facilitated a fantastic exhibit in which over 1000 folks were able to view during the two day event.

Wednesday, May 1, 2013

Voucher Bill Passes, Indiana Voters Ignored

If the election of a new Indiana school superintendent was intended to send a message to the Indiana State legislature to take care of their public schools, they didn't get it.